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What are the side effects of tizanidine?

As your dose of tizanidine increases, so do the side effects associated with this drug. Some side effects of taking tizanidine include vision difficulties, movement difficulties, constipation, dizziness, dry mouth, urinating more often, nervousness, low blood pressure, reduced heart rate, runny nose, sore throat, flu-like symptoms, difficulties with speech, vomiting, weakness, tiredness and urinary infections. Liver or kidney damage can occur with this medication as well.

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